Walton Jr and Sr Students:
Each fall over 100 college admission counselors come to Walton to present information about academic and special programs, admission requirements, and campus life.
- This fall (Fall 2020), all college visits will be virtual and will occur during non-instructional time.
- College visits are open to Walton junior and senior students (only).
- Students must sign up in Naviance in advance and use the link provided to access the meeting.
- When attending a college visit:
- Log in a few minutes before the scheduled start time.
- Set your microphone on mute, if not already set.
- Be prepared and ask thoughtful questions.
- This is your opportunity to make a good first impression and show that you are interested in that college or university.
To Register for a College Visit:
- College visits are updated every few days, so check Naviance often for upcoming virtual college visits.
- Log on to your Naviance Student account (follow instructions below). You must sign up at least 6 hours prior to the meeting.
- Go to Home page > “What’s New” section at the bottom, right side. Click on “Show More” to see the full list of upcoming visits.
- Find the college visit and select “More Info.”
- Click on the “Register Now’ tab at the top right of the page.
- To access the virtual meeting link (day of virtual visit), log on to Naviance Student:
- Go to Colleges Home page and find that college visit (or go to Colleges>Research Colleges>College Visits).
- Click “Virtual Visit Link” next to the registered visit. The link will be available 15 minutes before the meeting time.
To Access Your Naviance Account:
Use your student Office 365 login (Microsoft Username and Password) to log on to the Cobb County website from home. [If you are using a CCSD computer, you will already be logged in.] Go to the homepage of the Walton website. Click on the baseball icon at the top right side of the home page. This will take you to your Naviance student account automatically. This is the only pathway to log into Naviance.
Information provided by: Counselor, Betsy Alpert